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TOJ - updates on the debacle, complaints, news about other ventures, whatever.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. Foxhound

    Foxhound Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I did. If you're set on navy I'd wait until the 13th before settling for the black.
     
  2. Ironist

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    Which one was the one in the galleries? I thought the blue ones were all navy.
     
  3. JFetter

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    Are there any really good pictures of worn black calf yet?

    Tons of pics of lamb. But I wanna see some nice rider jackets in black calf with a couple years of wear on them.
     
  4. masshi

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    why not the navy one to match your toj0 :eek:

    or is that too tacky
     
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  6. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    The suede harringtons are Persian blue, including mine.
     
  7. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Well-Known Member

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    30 weeks! halfway there! [​IMG]
     
  8. brad-t

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    x-post from waywt. aging nicely.

     
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  9. Somatic

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    Just curious, what is the lining of that jacket? Was it a previous option?
     
  10. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Well-Known Member

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    Nah. Need the black to Match my MDR,A2,MA1, and Moto '11.
     
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  13. boned

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    Quick question since these have been discontinued.

    If a medium 2011 TOJ Peacoat fits me perfectly, what would be a good size for a TOJ1?

    I was sized by Charly as a 48 in an MA-1, but it's still in queue so I have no idea how it will fit.
     
  14. 5354

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    I would guess a 46 for a TOJ1 but take that with a grain of salt

    EDIT: I'm totally wrong
     
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  15. noirwest

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    I've got a medium Duffle (which I'm assuming fits the same as the peacoat) and a 48 wool MA-1 and I used to own a TOJ1 that was size 50. The TOJ1 fit a hair bigger than the other two, but I'm not sure I would've been able to size down to a 48. If you wanted a really slim fit, I could see a 48 working out for you, but I definitely wouldn't go any smaller than that.
     
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  16. Wade

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    get the 50

    I'm a small in peacoat & duffle, 46 in wool ma-1 and 48 in the bball/toj1. I had a 46 toj1 in the past before but with it was too tight for my liking
     
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  17. pl0nky

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    Wade do you mind me asking your height/weight? I'm getting a wool ma1 as well and I think I'm a 48 but not sure if I have to size differently than the ma1.
     
  18. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    BTW: Brad on some protagonist shit right here.
     
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  19. Nolvadex

    Nolvadex Well-Known Member

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    my 2nd hand navy/cream toj0 AE just arrived!

    pretty much new condition, bit of pilling here and there. somehow it was on the marketplace for over a month, usually size 46 toj0's are hot property and are gone within days.

    tried it on and unfortunately it was a bit small except for the sleeve lengths. i can feel the tension in the shoulders as im typing this. tested it with a hoodie on and it looked like the seems on the leather was about to burst.

    no pics the lighting in my house is terrible.
     
  20. Landscape

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    How is TOJ's return policy on the fundraiser items? Haven't been able to find anything and I don't know anything about Korean return policy, and it seems a bit uncertain whether I will have to pay income taxes. If I have the package returned will I get my money back and can I cancel my order on fundraiser items before they are shipped? Mainly asking as I like to know what my options are :)
     

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